Toshiba satellite A350 bios recovery (Phoenix)

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  1. inconsapevole

    inconsapevole Newbie

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    Hi everyone!

    I have download crisis recover disk, and download bios for my toshiba satellite A210-139.
    I have rename it in bios.wph instead of .com.
    I have create the usb with crisis but the usb after is empty and i add 3 files, how write in instructions, but don't resolve!

    I enter in recovery mode with FN+B+power and plug in power cable and start and usb blink for 5 20 min and nothing go.....

    Idea?
     
  2. smileamiledr

    smileamiledr Newbie

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    hi there,

    thanks for the links to the downloads. After downloading anbd extracting with winrar I get 19 x Phlash16 versions and 3 x wincris. So that gives me 19 x 3 = 57 combinations to try. Anyone has any experience which one I should try for the toshiba p200-178???
     
  3. Zhganev

    Zhganev Newbie

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    Hello I'm with Satellite L30-134 (PSL33), I've download the BIOS from toshiba official website (bios-20071106150302.rar). When I decompress the .rar file there is no .rom file. There is .WPH file.
    Is this the bios file that I need ?
     
  4. yucheng0801

    yucheng0801 Newbie

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    Hi! How you recovered it? I got a Satellite A215 SP6806 and nothing seems to work!! Tried with Fn + B but USB doesn't seems to blink, PC just starts and CD ROM seems to start reading (Already tried CD method with no results). Can you please send me the file you used for the recovery please? (Both are A215 so they use the same drivers or I hope so.) Hope you can help me! Thanks in advance.


    EDIT: Found the correct files and everything seems to be working fine! Thanks to everyone who helped! :D
     
  5. tech-it-easy

    tech-it-easy Newbie

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    oooh guys you can't imagine how thankful I am for all your posts and knowledge sharing !! I just brought back a Satellite C660 (one of my customer's laptop, not even mine). I didn't work the first 100 times I tried but it eventually did. Not sure what I did to make it happen but I'm just soooo relieved ! I always hated Toshiba, now I'm really pissed off at them !

    Well thanks again and keep up with the great job !
    cheers from Switzerland
     
  6. nunoaomaia

    nunoaomaia Notebook Enthusiast

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    The big problem is getting the correct file.

    At this point the screen C660 I have here is always black and the fan working at 100%.

    But it is always like this!
    Someone can help me find the right file?
    The model is a Toshiba C660
    model in short PSC0LE

    The version of the BIOS that is on the Toshiba website is v1.70 and this is what I'm trying to put.

    Help me please.

    Thanks!
     
  7. nunoaomaia

    nunoaomaia Notebook Enthusiast

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    Hi all, i have great news!

    my problem was in part to create the usb stick, I was creating the windows 7 compatibility mode with windows xp but the pen was only getting only 16kb.

    I solved the problem by creating a usb stick on a computer with windows xp.

    Thanks all!
     
  8. arber.m

    arber.m Newbie

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    Hi
    I have a bricked Toshiba Satellite A350D-20M ( Model NO. PSALME-01G00VS4 )
    When i turn on i hear the DVD RW
    I downloaded the right bios from Toshiba's page and i have followed your instructions to create the usb stick on win xp
    I have removed the Battery, HDD, DVD rom and i plug in the usb hold fn+b and plug the power and turn on the laptop
    When i turn on the fan goes on high speed and the USB blinks for about 60-90 seconds but the fan doesn't stops. I've waited about 30-45 minutes and nothing happened.

    Could anyone tell me what am i doing wrong

    Thanks in advane
    P.S. Sorry for my bad English.
     
  9. mbermundo

    mbermundo Newbie

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    Thanks for this post!! I successfully unbricked my toshiba L4O-T laptop. The method does not last for a minute. it was done in like 5 secs making me doubt if it worked. But it did.. Hahaha!. Thanks a lot!! Spared me from spending lots of bucks.
     
  10. matt321

    matt321 Newbie

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    Hi I have a a215 and been trying to fix it but no idea what the bios file im supposed to use is.
    When i download the bios from the toshiba website i get sa210v230 and when i extract that i get these files
    sa210v230.iso
    2444d230.exe
    alaa230a.rom
    dot_clear.gif
    dskProg
    guiProg
    index.html
    isocdrom.txt
    launcher.exe
    launcher.ini
    os2010021a_230.exe
    readme.txt
    tlg00.gif
    tlg01.bmp
    WBDHC44I.DLL
    wwhtm34i.dll

    can anyone help?
     
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